Person    | Male  Born 26/4/1905  Died 5/10/1934

Jean Vigo

Categories: Cinema, Politics & Administration

Countries: France

Jean Vigo

Film director. Born Paris to an anarchist father. Vigo's two important films are Zero for Conduct (1933) and L'Atalante (1934). Vigo's anarchism is discussed at Libcom. Died Paris.

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Jean Vigo

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